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Valve’s Plans For CS:GO Spotted in a Chinese Conference; New Anti-Cheat, 128-tick Servers and More

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive is the best first-person shooter multiplayer game played by millions of people every day. Nowadays, Valve is getting a lot of hate from the CS:GO community for not improving the game and fixing major problems. Many players of CS:GO hate Valve just because they keep introducing new weapon skins and other paid content to the game instead of introducing game-changing things like 128-tick servers.

Valve is also getting a lot of hate from the CS:GO community because of VAC, which is a really weak anti-cheat client from Valve. The number of cheaters in CS:GO is really high because Valve’s anti-cheat system (VAC) does not detect up-to-date cheats. This enables cheaters to use wallhacks, aimbots and spin-bots in official VAC protected servers without getting VAC banned. However, there’s good news! It looks like all these problems are going to get addressed by Valve very soon.

Valve’s plans for CS:GO got spotted in Valve’s presentation in China. The slides show a lot of exciting new things coming to CS:GO. Here, take a look at the pictures yourself:

Image Credits: Reddit user "TyroPyro".
Valve's Plans For CS:GO Spotted in a Chinese Conference; New Anti-Cheat, 128-tick Servers and More
Translation (via Google Translate): “128-tick servers” “Mass Entertainment Play” “Ranking and Data System” “Real-time match ?”

The pictures first emerged on Reddit. As you can see above, the first picture from Valve’s presentation in China reveals some awesome stuff coming for CS:GO. A few other pictures from the presentation reveal a Chinese CS:GO league.

Valve's Plans For CS:GO Spotted in a Chinese Conference; New Anti-Cheat, 128-tick Servers and MoreValve's Plans For CS:GO Spotted in a Chinese Conference; New Anti-Cheat, 128-tick Servers and More

Another photo from the conference shows that Valve’s new Source 2 engine might be coming to CS:GO along with a possible new operation coming this summer and a new feature called “Panoramic UI”.

Valve's Plans For CS:GO Spotted in a Chinese Conference; New Anti-Cheat, 128-tick Servers and More
Translation (Via Google Translate): “Source 2 engine and Panoramic UI”
“The next big action – this summer”

Wrapping up the conference, the last slide was a summary of all the things that were announced.

Valve's Plans For CS:GO Spotted in a Chinese Conference; New Anti-Cheat, 128-tick Servers and More

Reddit user “YinSungCS” translated the “summary” slide of the Valve presentation. It reveals some amazing things coming to CS:GO this year. These are literally all the things the CS:GO community wants. Here’s the translation of the “summary” slide:

Community Servers:-
‣ Only official community servers are 128-tick.
‣ Different ways of entertainment.
‣ Scoreboard and Data System.
‣ Professional Real-time matchups.
‣ A Chinese CPL.

What’s new:
‣ New Anti-Cheat system
‣ Source 2
‣ New UI, Next operation in 2017 Summer.
‣ Professional Tournaments and City Tournaments. (Chinese only?)
‣ Low Ping for Chinese players.

So there you have it, guys. Looks like CS:GO is get better really soon! For more, keep it locked on GeeksULTD.

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